Portland and Weymouth Bay - PHOTOGRAPHER COMMENT
This panoramic image of Weymouth Bay was taken from a layby on Castletown, the road that leads to the Weymouth Bay and Portland National Sailing Academy (WPNSA). To the left of the bay is the shingle bank that joins Portland to Weymouth, commonly known as Chesil. Weymouth itself is on the far side of the bay. There are numerous sailing boats moored in the bay. To the right of Weymouth the coastline continues along past Ringstead Bay, Durdle Door, Lulworth Cove and Kimmeridge Bay. You can see the white chalk cliffs which are famous for the coastal path. The WPNSA itself is the blue buildings to the left of the storage tanks at the base of the cliffs of Portland Bill.
Portland and Weymouth Bay - FURTHER INFORMATION
Portland and Weymouth Bay - Portland Bill visitor guide showing a virtual tour of 'Portland and Weymouth Bay' linked to an interactive map with local and travel information. 360° panoramas from Dorset.
Panoramic picture overlooking Portland and Weymouth Bay close to the Weymouth Bay and Portland National Sailing Academy (WPNSA) on Castletown. The WPNSA will play a central role and host the sailing events for the 2012 Olympic Games. Weymouth and Portland have a strong association with the sea and are very popular destinations for all forms of sea sports including sailing, wind surfing, diving, fishing and pleasure motor boating. A number of other panoramas show the commanding views from various places on Portland Bill, including The Heights Hotel, Cheyne Weare, the lighthouse on the southern end of Portland Bill and the surrounding cliffs, many of which also give panoramic views along the surrounding Jurassic Coastline.
Weymouth Bay & Portland National Sailing Academy,
Dorset, DT5 1SA